Thursday, June 12, 2008

Well, here we are two months later. Needless to say I went off my diet and gained back the four pounds I lost before. I'm starting school again in two months. I would really love to be in my old clothes again. I would hate to step into class the weight I am right now especially knowing there's going to be a bunch of cute skinny 19 year olds. I want to be cute and skinny! More than that though I want to be healthy and fit. I binged last night. I've been doing that a lot more lately and ended up throwing up what I ate last night. Anyway, I need help and support to lose weight the right way. I need someone to help me stay on track. I can do the same for you! I can be pretty competitive so if you know of anything like that going on, on the boards let me know!
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    Hey there! First of all, I think you are most likely much prettier and more mature than the cute little 19 year olds at school. I just moved into a condo by UNR and below me are two anorexic-looking 18 year olds who have no jobs, their parents pay for everything, and not a care in the world. They annoy the crap out of me! They are skinny and cute, but total airheads. I have been binging too. I couldn't eat for about a month because I was sick and dropped 20 pounds, and now that I can eat again I am binging like a madwoman one day, then starving myself the next two days. My skin looks terrible as a result! If you find any good articles or any good advice, let me know, and I will do the same for you. I have started reading Oxygen magazine again. I am finding pictures of models that inspire me, and cutting them out and putting them up. It seriously helps because I am competitive like you are, and I want to look like that! Hang in there! You are gorgeous and driven. You can DO this!! emoticon
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